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Cooking For Two: 8 Easy Recipes For A Romantic Meal

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Cooking For Two: 8 Easy Recipes For A Romantic Meal
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Cooking for two can sometimes be a challenge. With these easy recipes you never have to worry about making too much or too little food. While most of these dishes yield four portions, they can easily be scaled down to feed two people without sacrificing flavor or doing complicated math. Plus, with food this tasty you'll want to have some leftovers around.

Here are some great recipe ideas to keep in mind when cooking a romantic meal for two:

Cooking For Two: Avocados Are Your Friend

All it takes is just one avocado to make this delicious and romantic appetizer for two featuring gorgonzola cheese and walnuts.

Learn how to make it.

Try A Cozy Soup For Two

This bacon dumpling soup is great for cozying up to your sweetie on a cold night. Plus, who doesn't love bacon?

Here is the easy recipe.

Homemade tomato soup is another comforting treat perfect for two. Enjoy a delicious soup made with sundried tomatoes, oregano and a bit of whipped cream.

Here is the recipe.

Cooking For Two: Make Mini Pizzas

Save yourself the time and trouble of making a large pizza and make mini ones instead. You can use any of your favorite toppings such as fresh herbs and veggies, a variety of cheeses and cured meats.

Learn how to make mini pizzas.

An Easy and Sophisticated Recipe for Duck

An elegant yet simple dish for two featuring crispy duck breast glazed with a sumptuous pomegranate sauce. All you need to do is halve the recipe.

Try the recipe now.

Salmon Fillets Are Also Great

Salmon fillets are another great option when cooking for two. Here is an easy recipe: poach the salmon fillets and serve with a Cantonese-style garlic and scallion sauce.

Here is the tasty recipe.

Cooking for Two: Irresistible Desserts

These refreshing orange tartlets with white chocolate mousse are the perfect size for sharing. If you'd like to have some leftover simply store the mousse separately and fill the buttery tarts right before serving.

Find the recipe here.

Another great option for dessert is to make ice cream. The best part is you'll have plenty of leftovers in your freezer for your next ice cream craving.

Here is s delectable paleo vanilla ice cream you can make without an ice cream machine.

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